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MetroFlow 2018: Cytometry & Immuno-Oncology: The Crossroads of Diagnostics...

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Kean University

NJSTM Center @ Kean University

1075 Morris Ave

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MetroFlow 2018: Cytometry & Immuno-Oncology: The Crossroads of Diagnostics and Disease Treatment



The MetroFlow: NY/NJ Flow Cytometry Users Group invites you to attend our annual meeting on October 18, 2018. We are planning a full day of scientific presentations and are excited to be hosted by Kean University at 1075 Morris Ave in Union, NJ. CMLE/CE credits will be available.


Early registration before October 1st 2018 is $80, which includes the $10 annual membership dues. Late and walk-in registration is $100. The venue is easily accessible by car or via the NJTransit Raritan Valley Line, Union station stop.


Registration and breakfast with our corporate sponsors will be available from 8:30AM to 9:45AM. Talks will run from 9:45AM to 5:15PM with breaks and lunch provided, and we will end the day with a wine & cheese social!


This year's speakers include:


Florence Borot, PhD - Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Medicine in the Laboratory of Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, Columbia University Irving Medical Center.

"Targeting of lineage-specific antigens: A new strategy to fight Acute Myeloid Leukemia"


Dianna Wu, PhD - Director at Janssen R&D

"Flow Cytometry, a Pivotal Technology Platform in Immuno-Oncology Drug Development: Embracing new opportunities and overcoming new challenges"


Andrew Beavis - Director, Cell Therapy Development at Celgene

"Applications of Flow Cytometry to Support CAR T Cell Therapy: More or Less!!"


Carol Donovan - Principal Scientist at Pfizer

"Chimeric Antigen Receptors, T Cells and Flow Cytometry"


Anna Belkina, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Associate Director, Flow Cytometry Core Facility at Boston University School of Medicine

"From Chaos to Chorus: Revealing disease phenotypes with computational analysis of high-dimensional flow cytometry data"


Edward Berger, PhD - Chief, Molecular Structure Section, Laboratory of Viral Diseases, NIAID, National Institutes of Health

"CAR-T Cells Against HIV: Taking Aim at a Genetic Moving Target"


Check our website for more information! www.metroflow.org

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